We are back from the cottage. A wonderful time was had by all!
I have 1,853 photos to go through... YIKES! Hubbers lost the bet, he said I must have taken over 2,000! Since I'm still in vacation mode, it's going to take a while to get those pics sorted.
Today, I am sharing one of the many frog pics I took. He just happened to be the first subject on the random memory card I pulled from the pile.
Northern Leopard Frog
The Northern Leopard Frog is an extraordinary leaper! In a single bound, it can cover 1.8 metres. This is 15 times the length of its body, which is between approximately 50 and 110 millimetres.
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he's beautiful! welcome back! we've missed you! :)ReplyDelete
you sound like me, thank goodness for digital!!ReplyDelete
happy to see you today, cutie pie frog!!
He's a cutie!ReplyDelete
Nice photo. I love frogs!ReplyDelete
I am glad you took so many photos...I enjoy seeing them, like this frog, so prettyReplyDelete
Welcome back! Missed you, glad you had a great time. And glad you brought back great pictures! Love the beautiful frog!ReplyDelete
What a cute frog, I think I have seen this leopard frog before. Great shot!ReplyDelete
Sounds like you have been in heaven :) holiday... family... photos... yep heaven - love those green colorsReplyDelete
Glad you had fun, and have lots of photos to share!ReplyDelete
That's a fantastic shot!
Welcome back. I love your leopard frog - and wish I had a fraction of his agility (or beauty).ReplyDelete
Such beautiful markings but not camouflage there!ReplyDelete
He's a beautiful little creature!ReplyDelete
Awesome photo of nature's little gem ~ Beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a handsome fella!ReplyDelete
Great shot! Looks like this one is ready for frog jumping contest ;)ReplyDelete
Enjoy sorting through your pics.ReplyDelete
That is a great frog capture.
Striking patterns on this little character. He really is stunning.ReplyDelete
Very good photo with nice colors.ReplyDelete
I hope you had a marvelous, relaxing and rejuvenating time Karen. LOVE that frog! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro :-)ReplyDelete
Wow- that's a lot of shots! Welcome back!ReplyDelete
Very colorful guy !ReplyDelete
A beautiful welcome back indeed!! He is so colorful and what a great capture as always, Karen!! Thanks for sharing the fun! I'm looking forward to seeing more!!!ReplyDelete
1800 photos! You had fun!!!ReplyDelete
Great close-up of Mr. Frog, I'm glad you caught him on the ground!
Wonderful photo, a frog may be a prince charming, lovely!ReplyDelete
For a frog...he's sure pretty!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining in 'Weekly Top Shot #99' Hope to see you next Saturday for #100...ReplyDelete
Good shot of the prince! Handsome devil isn`t he.ReplyDelete
welcome back! *VBS*ReplyDelete
He is beautifulReplyDelete
What a cracking looking frog - we went for a bit of a walk last weekend and we heard huge numbers of frog, but saw not a one!ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Australia
Love the shadows on this little, mightily leaping creature!ReplyDelete
Shadows and Silhouettes
Oh my goodness! You DO have quite a few photos to look at and evaluate. ;)) But hey! It will be FUN! Really meat photo of the leopard frog!ReplyDelete
Wow! And I thought I took alot. :)ReplyDelete
That is one beautiful frog.
That's a great looking frog.ReplyDelete
Wow...very handsome. 'Round here, they are a bit more muddy brown-green. This one is so vivid!!ReplyDelete
Oh how sweet...I do love my frogs.. Great for this week's Nature Notes.. Glad you had a good vacation.. MichelleReplyDelete
Great photo of the frog! I love frogs, but rarely see them anymore. I love the gold flecks in their eyes. Good luck in sorting all your photos.ReplyDelete
SO Hello there! Thanks for swinging by my place with a comment. It has been awhile- and like this little frog here I have been hopping all around. But I think I am ready to be back in the blogging world. Looking forward to seeing you around. TeriReplyDelete
What a handsome guy :)ReplyDelete
Really nice! And: green is my favorite color...ReplyDelete